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In , Ida Gilman and her husband moved to Florida for the sun and the palm trees and the promise of a life rich with activities and other couples their own age. There, Gilman immersed in the good life -- poolside chatter, mahjongg and dancing to the oldies. But three decades later, her husband long gone and her own health failing, Gilman soured on her paradise retirement and moved back to spend her last days closer to family.

Old age, especially in an age-segregated community can be lonely, according to a new documentary, "Kings Point," which is directed by Gilman's granddaughter. In her directorial debut, Sari Gilman follows five seniors over a decade, through sickness, death, regret and, surprisingly, the disillusionment of their seemingly idyllic lives.

The film, produced by Wider Film Projects, won the grand jury prize at Silverdocs last month and takes a hard look at aging and the nation's obsession with independence at all costs. According to the U. Census Bureau , more than 40 million Americans are over the age of 65 and that number is expected to explode with the aging of baby boomers.

She said she had been fascinated by Kings Point, visiting her grandmother since she was 9 years old. But over time, she noticed a "shift" in the way grandmother Gilman related to others. Sari Gilman decided there was something there -- the need for relationships, no matter what the age, and the documentary was born.

There, she met strident Gert, whose husband had died, and claimed she was too old for love. Gert avoids getting too close, fearing those around her only care about, "what can they get out of you -- everybody is a user here. Bea and Frank, both without spouses now, are adamant they aren't a couple. But she cooks for him several times a week and he fills in as her dance partner.

She longs for something more, but Frank says she is "too old. Bea says, "Love comes in different forms. You are not going to bed with each other -- it's concern, you are deeply concerned about someone. Could that be love? Jane just tries to keep busy after losing first her husband, then a boyfriend.

Mollie, who Gilman sees as the "soul" of the film, says she regrets moving away from her children, but, she admits it's "too late. As a widow, she longs for connection, but not love. But not now -- I don't think there are any feelings there. Mollie gets sicker, but her friends don't want to hear about her problems. Producers Todd and Jedd Wider were moved by the film's socio-political impact.

Both were touched by Gilman's exploration of the emotional lives of seniors. Their grandparents, who lived in their own home until their 90s, kept romance alive until they died. In the larger health care debate in a country where the population is aging, Jedd Wider said that the mental health component "needs proper attention.

As for Gilman, she said she didn't want to make "that cute old person movie -- everyone staying because they are staying busy. Gilman captures the funeral notices that line the corridors of Kings Point. In the end, Mollie has aged dramatically.

Gert watches TV alone when a friend declines to join her. Bea and Frank are still dining together, but with no real commitment. She worries about "being hurt. By the time Gilman finishes the film, Frank has died, with Bea at his side.

Jane lived alone until she died. Mollie moves back to New York, only to die in a matter of weeks. Gert plods on at Kings Point. Gilman insists her film isn't a "diatribe" against retirement communities.

But she wonders why families don't have more choices. No one enjoys it. But it would be made easier if we were a little more open and accepting of the natural deterioration that happens. Latest on the nor'easter targeting the East Coast: Play Courtesy Wider Film Projects. Trump calls for unity, but then whips crowd into anti-media chant. Trump weighs options on plan to bar migrants, deny asylum at border. Many Brazilians worry that their country is heading toward a military dictatorship.

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Both were touched by Gilman's exploration of the emotional lives of seniors. Their grandparents, who lived in their own home until their 90s, kept romance alive until they died. In the larger health care debate in a country where the population is aging, Jedd Wider said that the mental health component "needs proper attention. As for Gilman, she said she didn't want to make "that cute old person movie -- everyone staying because they are staying busy.

Gilman captures the funeral notices that line the corridors of Kings Point. In the end, Mollie has aged dramatically. Gert watches TV alone when a friend declines to join her.

Bea and Frank are still dining together, but with no real commitment. She worries about "being hurt. By the time Gilman finishes the film, Frank has died, with Bea at his side. Jane lived alone until she died. Mollie moves back to New York, only to die in a matter of weeks.

Gert plods on at Kings Point. Gilman insists her film isn't a "diatribe" against retirement communities. But she wonders why families don't have more choices. No one enjoys it. But it would be made easier if we were a little more open and accepting of the natural deterioration that happens.

Latest on the nor'easter targeting the East Coast: Play Courtesy Wider Film Projects. Trump calls for unity, but then whips crowd into anti-media chant. Trump weighs options on plan to bar migrants, deny asylum at border. Many Brazilians worry that their country is heading toward a military dictatorship. Trump will 'take action' to stop caravan of migrants, Pence says.

What we know about the mail bombs sent to former presidents and prominent Democrats. This nurse wants to become the first black woman to represent her district. Democrats hope candidates with national security experience could reshape the House. Iowa trip offers glimpse of Kamala Harris' plans for , connection with women. Known for it full host of amenities, Kings Point is located 4. Lauderdale to its south, and Palm Beach to its north, both having major airports to easy travel.

Over condos, with one of our entrances on world famous Atlantic Avenue. Have a hobby, Kings Point has a club for you. There are over 50 various clubs including all kinds of sports, politics, or just social. Don't feel like driving, Kings Point, Delray Beach has its own bus system, free for all the residents. Kings Point, Delray members come from all walks of life, with many being snowbirds for the winter. If you want to have fun, meet friends, be active, Kings Point is probably the right place for you.

Even so, the pace is up to you. If you prefer quietly staying at home and watching the breeze in the palm trees, that's totally up to you. Give me a call, having been a snow bird for over 20 years, now a full time resident, I know we can find the right condo for you in your desired budget, its easy, its fun, and it will be a wonderful life changer.

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